Hydro International is launching The Hydro StormTrainTM Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing need to remove silts, sediments and other pollutants from Read more
The UK water companies could learn some useful lessons from a project in Durban, South Africa, which reduced mains pipes burst by 67%. Read more
Until recently, turbidity testing at the Pontsticill Water Treatment Works in the Brecon Beacons National Park relied on the use of bellows pumps. Read more
Anglian Water is investing £1 million to install Hydro International’s innovative SludgeScreenTM technology to optimise screenings and dewatering efficiency at ten sewage treatment works. Read more
A recent initiative by Hartlepool Water has highlighted a real opportunity for the utilitie Read more
One of the UK’s leading civil engineering associations has called for long-term funding for infrastructure following this morning’s announcement that the Government is to provide additional money to fix weather-damaged roads.
Anglian Water has become the first in the sector to achieve the Carbon Trust’s new water standard and also the first company in the world to be certified by considering the water it supplies to others.
The Government has announced that an extra £140 million is being made available to help repair roads hit by weather damage in the recent floods.
Specialist utilities software provider Gentrack is investing £5 million to develop its billing and customer relations systems.
Ofwat has this morning announced the results of its pre-qualification tests for water and wastewater companies as part of its 2014 price review - South West Water and Affinity Water were the only two companies to pre-qualify for ‘enhanced’ status.
The European Investment Bank, Europe’s long-term lending institution, has formally agreed to back a new water infrastructure investment scheme expected to transform access to clean water and sanitation around the southern shores of Lake Victoria.